The Pension Protection Fund, London, issued RFIs for active managers in U.K. equities, global equities, real estate and currency, according to spokesman Robert Jones. Funding will come from new asset inflows. Launched in April 2005, the PPF has about £150 million ($283 million) in assets, with another £575 million to be collected by April 2007. Currently invested mostly in fixed income, the PPF unveiled a new investment strategy earlier this month that includes 12.5% of assets in U.K. equities, 7.5% each in global equities and real estate, and 2.5% in currency. Replies are due Dec. 1. Information on when managers will be selected was not available at press time.